Vacuum Hardening is an improvement over Conventional Hardening in that the components’ surfaces are protected from possible negative effects of exposure to a gaseous atmosphere. Vacuum treated material is quenched in gas or liquid, depending on the specification requirements. The expression "vacuum hardening" is used here to differentiate the process from conventional hardening. It should also be noted that "hardening" is usually referred to as "quenching"


3 TON(1200 W X 1200 H X 1500 D)mm

12 Bar Pressure with Isothermal Quench

360KW Convection Heating System

500HP Cooling Gas Fan Motor

High Vacuum -5 X 10 -5Torr. Range

Directional Quenching System

Simulator for Hardening Process "G-Quench-Pro"

NADCAP(Aerospace), NADCA and AMS 2769 Complaint

Low Pressure Nitriding System

Directional Quenching System

Simulator for Hardening "G-Quenching-Pro"

Convection Heating system up-to 1200OC for high Temperature Nitriding od stainless steel

Dew-Point meter

GSM alarm information sending

Vacuum Hardening with Isothermal Quenching

Vacuum Tempering

Stress Relieving/Tempering

Vacuum Brazing

Low pressure Vacuum Nitriding

High Temperature Nitriding of Stainless Steel